For sometime I have been back and forth with where I have wanted to go. Having not processed film in a while from a portrait session felt real good and made me realize that regardless of what may be preferred out there, in here I prefer the exact opposite. The darkroom and creativity that comes along with it, is where I want to be. Photographing people may not be so much what I will chase after as I use […]
Another great time in the studio at my Cyanotype portrait event! Here is Karine and her daughter Naomi. Of course I couldn’t let it end without taking a few portraits of them. Looking forward to posting their Cyanotype portraits soon. 🙂
1917-2009 Irving Penn, one of my favorite photographers. I love the fact that he believed “less is more”. One of his most well known images were from his series called “Corner Portraits”. Simple and powerful I found this video on youtube inspired by Irving Penn’s “Corner Portraits”. Still till this day we are all influenced by the old masters.
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Here is a portrait of Sloan. I used my 35mm camera with Kodak T-Max 400 film. This was done ins studio using the modeling lights of my flashes. I am still experimenting with different film.